2023 Western History Association Annual Meeting

UNC Press is excited to be exhibiting in-person at the Western History Association annual meeting! We hope you’ll stop by our booth (211) to say hello to editor Debbie Gershenowitz and to browse our new titles on display. If you can’t join us in-person, you can always visit our virtual booth!

Be sure to check out these great series from UNC Press:

Our David J. Weber Series in the New Borderlands History explores contested boundaries and the intercultural dynamics surrounding them and includes projects in a wide range of time and space within North America, and beyond.

Series Editors: Andrew R. Graybill & Benjamin H. Johnson

Our Latinx Histories series is premised on the view that understanding Latinx history is essential to a more complete and complex understanding of the history of the United States, the Americas, and the world.

Series Editors: Lori Flores & Michael Innis-Jiménez

Our Critical Indigeneities series publishes pathbreaking scholarly books that center Indigeneity as a category of critical analysis, understand Indigenous sovereignty as ongoing and historically grounded, and attend to diverse forms of Indigenous cultural and political agency and expression.

Series Editors: J. Kēhaulani Kauanui (Kanaka Maoli) & Jean M. O’Brien (White Earth Ojibwe)

Use promo code 01DAH40 to receive our 40% conference discount. 

Titles on display include: 

Seeing Things
Technologies of Vision and the Making of Mormonism
Mason Kamana Allred

Reciprocal Mobilities
Indigeneity and Imperialism in an Eighteenth-Century Philippine Borderland
Mark Dizon

A Hinterland History of Filipino America
Adrian De Leon

Higher Education for All
Racial Inequality, Cold War Liberalism, and the California Master Plan
Andrew Stone Higgins

Convicting the Mormons
The Mountain Meadows Massacre in American Culture
Janiece Johnson

Seattle in Coalition
Multiracial Alliances, Labor Politics, and Transnational Activism in the Pacific Northwest, 1970–1999
Diana K. Johnson

Citizens of a Stolen Land
A Ho-Chunk History of the Nineteenth-Century United States
Stephen Kantrowitz

Lawyer, Jailer, Ally, Foe
Complicity and Conscience in America's World War II Concentration Camps
Eric L. Muller

Muddy Ground
Native Peoples, Chicago's Portage, and the Transformation of a Continent
John William Nelson

Resistance from the Right
Conservatives and the Campus Wars in Modern America
Lauren Lassabe Shepherd

Stop by either our in-person booth or our virtual booth to browse our titles on display! Be sure to use promo code 01DAH40 at checkout to receive our 40% conference discount. And if your order totals over $75, domestic US shipping is FREE.